on Power Line
September 21, 2017
Praha, Czech Republic
WSPLC is supported by the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee on Power Line Communications
The climate in the Czech Republic is a mixture of ocean and continental influences, with four year seasons. The Czech Republic lies in a temperate climate zone and with pleasantly mild summers and winters, with only moderate amounts of precipitation. This landlocked country in the centre of Europe does not abound in extremes. The average annual temperature ranges from 5.5 °C to 10 °C, but temperatures are lower in the mountains. The average temperature in the summer varies between 23 °C and 29 °C, and the average temperature in the winter varies between -11 °C and 0 °C.
For the actual information on weather forecast visit Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, Weather-forecast or BBC web sites.
Temperature: 19 °C (66 °F)
Low Temperature: 6 °C (42 °F)
High Temperature: 22 °C (71 °F)
Sunshine Hours: 13 hrs
Rainfall days: 7 days